More at the Narrows

posted by andrew




Back in April I had a weekend to myself in Zion again. I hadn’t really had a dedicated “go travel and be on the lookout for things to shoot” trip this year so when the opportunity came up to head to Utah and camp for a couple days again I had a hard time saying no. Pack some firewood, pop tarts, pb&j and you’re off to the races. Invitations went out for some friends to join me but it was probably equally good that everyone else had proper jobs and couldn’t be bothered to take Friday off. The solo trip left me feeling quite healthy and offered some great opportunities to make sure I was on the same page with myself. I didn’t go up there looking for a mental retreat, but it does seem that the more you can approach opportunities and new experiences free of firm expectations, the more likely it is that you’ll get something out of it if you allow yourself to pay attention.

 

I've yet to attempt the full length top-down overnight trip through the slot canyon but a great deal of the trail's finest views can be seen from the day hike from the Temple of Sinawava tram stop: Zion National Park, UT

I’ve yet to attempt the full length top-down overnight trip through the slot canyon but a great deal of the trail’s finest views can be seen from the day hike from the Temple of Sinawava tram stop: Zion National Park, UT

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